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Rise above all other laptops. The Alienware M18x is an extreme gaming laptop designed for those who want desktop quality performance but with the flexibility of a laptop — the best of both worlds. Note, there are 0 games on my M18x. This thing is a beast no doubt. Alienware M18xR2

Alienware M18xR2 Review of Dells fastest Laptop

Best Laptop Available

Well, Dell as in Alienware, and Alienware as in Clevo. This is the cream of the crop, the best of the best. I've had mine for over a year now and have had 0 issues with it. It's fast, as in crazy fast, the fastest of the the Alienware lineup.


Alienware M18xR2 — laptop — Best Laptops of 2012 awardBest Laptops of 2012 "The M18X R2 has a gorgeous 18-inch 1080p display and Alienware's awesome customizable backlighting."

Alienware M18xR2 -PCMag - Readers' Choice award Readers' Choice Award Alienware: "Its customers like what they are buying."

Alienware M18xR2 -LAPTOP Mag - Editors' Choice award Editors' Choice "The Alienware M18x R2 is the gaming notebook dreams are made of."

Alienware M18xR2 - Hot Hardware - Recommended award Recommended Award "Performance from the Alienware M18x R2 is out of this world."


Alienware M18xR2

Experience Rating by Windows

Rated 7.5: Alienware M18xR2

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3610QM CPU @ 2.30GHz 7.6 7.5Memory (RAM) 16.0 GB 7.7Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M 7.5Gaming graphics 4095 MB Total available graphics memory 7.5Primary hard disk 62GB Free (161GB Total) 7.9


June 4th, 2013

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  • AskApache

    Note, biggest drawback is it weighs about 20 lbs and the battery doesn't stand a chance.

  • bill

    Why are you complaining about the weight 20lbs is not how much it weights, its only 5kg that's about 10lbs, sure any man can lift more than 10lbs. If weight is a issue maybe you need to drink a glass of concrete and harden up.

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